Copyright and Photography: Exceptions and Special Cases

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Charlotte Cuccia

This is the third Insight in a series addressing how photographers can exploit and protect their rights. Read the first post here, the second post here, the fourth post here and the fifth post here. Previously, we have discussed high-profile, ongoing copyright cases that photographers should be aware of as well as best practices that can help protect […]

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AI in the Living Room: The Problem with Online Exam Proctors

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Ethan Barr

When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered physical classrooms, students arrived home to numerous Zoom or Google Meet invitations to attend their newly established virtual classes. Now that remote education has become ubiquitous (despite optimistic plans for in-person classes in Fall 2021), many educational institutions have turned to the trendiest technological advances to monitor classroom activity, particularly […]

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